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13 December 2022

Kojey Radical, Beabadoobee To Play BRITS Week Gigs

Kojey Radical Honorary UAL Award
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Kojey Radical, Beabadoobee, Rina Sawayama and Metronomy are among the artists that have been announced for the BRITs Week 2023 gig series.

Bob Vylan, Cavetown, easy life, Frank Turner + The Sleeping Souls, Kojey-Radical, Sea Girls, The Hunna, The Snuts and Years & Years have also been announced to play exclusive shows in January and February 2023 – taking place either side of The Brit Awards on 11 February – in support of the work of War Child.

The War Child pre-sale begins at 9am GMT on 15 December for people who subscribe here before midnight on tomorrow (14 December), and general sale starts 9am GMT this Friday (14 December). A prize draw to win tickets is also open here.

You can find the full BRITS Week line-up so far below, with more acts to be announced in January.


29 – The Hunna, London, Lafayette

1 – Metronomy, London, HERE at Outernet
2 – Years & Years, London, HERE at Outernet
3 – Beabadoobee, London, Lafayette
3 – Kojey Radical, London, XOYO
4 – Cavetown, London, Omeara
5 – The Snuts – Glasgow, Stereo
7 – easy life, Bristol, Trinity Centre
7 – Sea Girls, London, 100 Club,
9 – Xtra Mile Recordings 20th Anniversary with Frank Turner + The Sleeping Souls, London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire,
10 – Rina Sawayama, London, Lafayette
10 – Bob Vylan, London, Omeara

Proceeds from the shows support War Child’s work, which aims to reach children as early as possible when conflict breaks out.

Two weeks ago Kojey Radical and Jelani Blackman released the fierce collaborative track Izit – check it out below.

Speaking about the track, Blackman said: “Anyone who follows my music knows I like to touch on social commentary and I think this music and message is the strongest statement I’ve made.”

They continued: “Kojey’s a very talented artist, we’ve known each other for a while and been waiting to collaborate at some point. I’m happy this is the track we linked up on because I think it reflects the energy we both have. There’s so much tension and hate in the world at the moment and not always clarity. I hope the lyrics and force in this track fuels people’s energy, to push actions and voices further, so positive change can’t be ignored.”

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